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A Year in the Maine Woods Chapter Summary & Analysis - December 21, December 23 Ravens, December 25, 29 December Winter Ecology, January 5 Bog Trip, January 6 A Discussion, Excursions, January 13, January 20 Coyotes, January 25 Sweet and Sour Grubs, The Spiker, January 31, February 2 Summary

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December 21, December 23 Ravens, December 25, 29 December Winter Ecology, January 5 Bog Trip, January 6 A Discussion, Excursions, January 13, January 20 Coyotes, January 25 Sweet and Sour Grubs, The Spiker, January 31, February 2 Summary and Analysis

In "December 21", the author expresses joy that the mice and flies have mostly left the cabin. Outside, he discovers that a local squirrel has stashed apples all along the path. As an experiment, he also stashes apples to see if the squirrel will take those as well. The squirrel has taken all of the apples within two weeks.

The author details his experiences with the ravens near the cabin in "December 23 Ravens". He notes how perceptive the ravens are to appearances. This is the reason the author must wear a red hat if he is...

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